At Madrid’s Parque de Atracciones, 33 people suffered minor injuries after two train cars collided on a rollercoaster.
The accident occurred when a car completed a loop and failed to stop, which led to it crashing into another car.
The people involved in the crash have now been taken to hospital to be examined thoroughly, although all are said to just been suffering light injuries.
The TNT Tren de la Mina was the rollercoaster that suffered the accident, which is said to reach highs of 17.5 metres and a speed of 35mph, as well as travelling through waterfalls.
The Parque de Atracciones is said to be one of Spain’s oldest theme parks. It opened in 1969 in Casa de Campo, which is the largest park in Spain’s capital.